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Coastal Toolkits: Boating Toolkit

Florida Sea Grant

The tools on this page have been organized for easy access to the information you need!  Choose one of the General Tools for Coastal Access below to find resources and information that can be generally applied to addressing access issues related to beaches, waterways, or waterfronts.  Or, if you are looking for information about a specific type of coastal use, scroll further down the page to use the specialized Beaches Toolkit, Boating Toolkit, or Working Waterfronts Toolkit.
Part of the Florida Water Access site, the Boating Toolkit contains legal information about rights of navigation, anchoring and mooring, boating laws and regulations, derelict vessels and conservation.

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